The term "treatment" in the world of psychology is essentially different from a considerable part of other treatments with which we are familiar. Medical treatment is given to a patient (although nowadays it is known, obviously, that the extent of its success depends quite a lot on the level of confidence in the doctor and their expertise…). One can provide automotive treatment to a car that is stuck. "Emotional treatment", "psychological treatment" is an entirely different matter. It is a process that takes place (if it is individual treatment) between two. A process between two people, which is focused on one. In this section, I will try to elaborate on some of the treatment types, which are mainly different in the sense of 'who the client is'.